Srinubabu Gedela , Managing Director and CEO, OMICS Group International declared that “In light with the theme, Dental-2014 international conference is designed by its organizing committee to International Dental and Oral health professionals to facilitate the dissemination and application of research findings related to oral health and the interactions between oral and systemic health. The theme and presentations of the conference will be supported by OMICS Publishing Group ‘s scholarly open access journals”. Dental and Oral Health International Conference 2014, an international medical conference , is said to be a three day event focusing on methods and strategies related to management and quality improvement of dental clinic as well as explore new ideas and concepts on a global scale and the topics include Aesthetics, Anesthesia, Dental Management, Dental Marketing, Endodontics, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Hypnodontics, Oral Pathology, Oral Medicine, Laser Dentistry, Oral Implantology, Orthodontics, Pediatric Dentistry, Periodontology, Prosthodontics, Restorative Dentistry, Robotic in Dentistry, Dental Emergency, Dental Ergonomics, Dental Ethics, Dental Hygiene, Dental Laboratory Technology. 2nd International Conference on Dental & Oral Health will observe various keynote speakers like Marie M. Tolarova from University of the Pacific , Abdullah A. Faidhi from Saudi Society of Maxillofacial Surgery, Mohamed Abdelmageed Awad from Egyptian Dental Association, Mark Bowes from South African Academy of Aestheic Dentistry. OMICS Group International organizes more than 100 international scientific conferences and publishes around 350 open access scholarly journals.
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Is “oil pulling” the key to better dental health? March 12, 2014, 1:31 PM |Some say gargling oil for 20 minutes a day prevents plaque buildup, makes teeth whiter, kills bad breath and treats gum disease. So, is “oil pulling” the key to better dental health? KHOU’s Rekha Muddaraj reports.
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That’s why starting infants off with good oral care can help protect their teeth for decades to come. A baby’s 20 primary teeth are already present in the jaw at general dentistry birth. Baby teeth that begin coming through the gums around six months help set the stage for future smiles by keeping space in the jaw for adult teeth. The American Dental Association recommends that parents take children to a dentist no later than their first birthday and then at intervals recommended by their dentist. To help ensure you are well prepared to provide your little one a lifetime of good dental health, the experts at Ameritas offer this information about the leading oral health concerns for youngsters: Cavities. Early childhood caries (cavities) is the number one chronic disease affecting young children.
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